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Royal Highland Show on the hunt for fashion models

Royal Highland Show on the hunt for fashion models

British Wool is looking for people with an agricultural background to model for the Royal Highland Show taking place at Ingliston, Edinburgh, in June.

Models can expect to attend the prestigious four-day event, showcasing the best of British wool across a wide range of brands including one of the late Dame Vivienne Westwood’s favourites, Harris Tweed, and Lochcarron of Scotland.

Those with a love of fashion and a link to farming are encouraged to come forward, with the lucky individuals selected to be cast to showcase outfits on the catwalk.

Graham Clark, Marketing Director at British Wool, said: “We’re thrilled to be able to champion British wool at the Royal Highland Show, the pinnacle of the agricultural calendar in Scotland and hosts of the World Shearing Championships. This is a fantastic opportunity for people to model in front of thousands of people, wearing some of the most well-known brands in the UK.

“British wool is integral to our fashion and interior industries. Consumers are becoming more conscious of sustainability when it comes to purchasing clothing, which is great to see, and brands have a responsibility to be transparent when it comes to the origin of their fabrics and materials.

“There will be exclusive special discounts at the show for people to shop their favourite British wool brands whilst supporting our British farmers.”

The Royal Highland Show takes place on Thursday 22nd – Sunday 25th June, with the fashion show taking place each afternoon of the show.

To be in with a chance, email [email protected] and include the following:

  • Your name, address, phone number
  • Your link to farming and or rural life
  • Your profile picture

Entries for fashion models will close on Friday 12th May.

Tickets to The Royal Highland Show can be purchased here:

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Royal Highland Show on the hunt for fashion models